Making ephemeral art gives us an opportunity to use our hearts, minds, and hands together to express our feelings and honor our sense of place at a special moment in time. Spending time in nature, slowing down, and using our senses to connect with the present moment and place can be very restorative. Allowing ourselves the time and space to gather natural materials and create something new with them can further deepen this connection as well as being just plain fun and creative. We will be outside on the back patio of the Healing Garden as we gather, create, and relax.
Led by Nadine Mazzola, Certified Forest Therapy Guide, Trainer & Mentor for ANFT
Clients Only. Free Program, $10 optional donation.
This program is supported by generous funding from the Ayer, Carlisle, Chelmsford, Concord, Groton, Harvard, Lunenburg and Sudbury Cultural Councils, local agencies supported by the Mass Cultural Council, a state agency.
October 12, 2022
1:00 pm - 3:00 pm